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Thread: Beware of E Bay

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    Hi Brendan

    Yes I was aware of that, a number of the UK manufacturers sites repeat the same guidance for pleasure vessels in the UK Sea Area A1. I was unaware it was a regulation there as was claimed though (seems doubtful, given that for distress you can use whatever means to alert that you think fit).

    Maybe its a bit like the need for "over" and "out" argument (just trying to change the subject!!!).

    Regards

    John

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    Default Re: A gentle pop...

    Ha ha, nice one. Unfortunately tou have to a licensed Radio Amateur for the kit bit to work.

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    Default Re: A gentle pop...

    Ha ha, nice one. Unfortunately tou have to a licensed Radio Amateur for the kit bit to work. That unfortunately only allows you to operate inside the various chunks of spectrum known collectively as the Amateur Band, I can confirm that this does not include the International Maritime Mobile service.

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